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This Month in Georgia Trend

May 2015
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Flight Commander

Flight Commander

As the 2015 Most Respected Business Leader, Shan Cooper’s employee-centered leadership reflects her own determination and sense of integrity.

Published: May 2015
Billion-Dollar Buzz

Billion-Dollar Buzz

With $39.4 billion in exports and more than 3,000 foreign-owned companies representing 57 countries operating in Georgia, the state is fast becoming a global player.

Published: May 2015
Georgia’s Other Creative Industries

Georgia’s Other Creative Industries

With the help of entertainment tax credits, Georgia’s creative industries have grown more than state leaders could have ever imagined.

Published: May 2015
Better Times Ahead

Better Times Ahead

While the floor covering industry was battered during the recession, thanks to refocusing and preparing for better times, it's now poised for steady growth.

Published: May 2015
Masters Of Change

Masters Of Change

Georgia’s MBA programs are responding to the ever-changing marketplace with aplomb.

Published: May 2015
Good Neighbors, Good Business

Good Neighbors, Good Business

Credit unions don’t just help members financially, they also give back to the larger communities they serve.

Published: May 2015
Business Advocates

Business Advocates

A century after its founding, the Georgia Chamber continues to be a strong voice for the state’s economic interests.

Published: May 2015
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Archive »Our State

Albany | Dougherty County: Putting On A New Face

Albany | Dougherty County: Putting On A New Face

A rebranding effort, big announcements and city grants

Published: May 2015
Perimeter Area: Business Bull's-Eye

Perimeter Area: Business Bull's-Eye

Transit, highway construction and corporate HQ

Published: May 2015
Effingham County: Picture Perfect

Effingham County: Picture Perfect

Workforce readiness, industry influx and movie making

Published: May 2015
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Archive »Up Front

Economic Development: May 2015

Christy Simo writes about economic development, including Wells Lighting opening its headquarters in Millen and Applied Systems expanding in Buckhead.

Published: May 2015

Organizations: The Goodwill Guides

Candice Dyer dips into The Goodwill Guides, which helps veterans through fishing.

Published: May 2015

Political Notes: May 2015

The Religious Freedom Restoration Act falls short, Gov. Deal’s Opportunity School Districts move to the ballot and DeKalb County launches an investigation into corruption.

Published: May 2015
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Archive »Commentary

Neely Young: The Only Thing

Neely Young: The Only Thing

Georgia’s land is responsible for much of our state’s wealth, from the limestone in the Appalachian Plateau and the sandy soil around Vidalia to the longleaf pines and wiregrass of the southwest.

Published: May 2015
Business Casual: Keeping The Faith

Business Casual: Keeping The Faith

The same day the nation recognized the 50th anniversary of the March to Selma, another group of chanting partygoers showed us there’s so much more work to be done.

Published: May 2015
Georgia View: The Road Less Traveled

Georgia View: The Road Less Traveled

We need to take a new direction for interstate funding and maintenance, and Georgia’s congressional delegation can help.

Published: May 2015
Economy: Home Sweet Home

Economy: Home Sweet Home

The real estate market is recovering, with pent-up demand to sell bubbling to the surface.

Published: May 2015
Sustainable Georgia: Re-Envisioning Our Interstates

Sustainable Georgia: Re-Envisioning Our Interstates

Interface is tackling a stretch of I-85 to transform it into an ecofriendly environment capable of generating renewable energy, remediating pollution and more.

Published: May 2015
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Art of The Meal: Pacci Italian Kitchen + Bar

Art of The Meal: Pacci Italian Kitchen + Bar

Pacci Italian Kitchen + Bar in Savannah is part of a larger reinvigoration of the coastal city’s dining scene, and it’s worth checking out.

Published: May 2015
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